Press Release 13.03.2015

Date: 13/03/2015

PRESS RELEASE

The Greek – Serbian Commercial, Industrial, Trade and Tourist Chamber of Greece founded in Thessaloniki and aiming to create the conditions for business agreements and economic development between the two countries. The first steady steps have been made in collaboration with the Consulate of the Republic of Serbia and the General Consul Mr. Pavic Sinisa.

The main concern of the Chamber is to create a new economic environment that will bring new companies and new jobs in Central Macedonia and Greece.

The President and the members of the Board invite you to a press conference at the offices of the Greek – Serbian Chamber of Greece in Thessaloniki, Wednesday, March 18, at 11:00 a.m., in Tsimiski 54, 6th floor.

The opening ceremony of the Greek – Serbian Chamber of Greece will take place on Thursday, March 19, at 18.00 p.m. The office will be inaugurated by the Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Marine and Tourism George Stathakis and the sanctification will be inaugurated by His Holiness Metropolitan Anthimos of Thessaloniki. The event will honor the Deputy Minister of Macedonia and Thrace Maria Kollia – Tsaroucha and the President of Union of Hellenic Chambers Christos Michalos.

The opening ceremony will be attended by Minister from the Republic of Serbia, presidents of Chambers, organizations and entrepreneurs of Serbia.

It is worth noting that founding members of the Greek – Serbian Chamber are the Chambers of Belgrade, Vojvodina, Zaetsar, Novi Sad, Leskovac, Pancevo and Kragujevac. Founding members are also universities and many big companies in Serbia. It is particularly important that the Chamber of Serbia has stated that it will support the Greek – Serbian Chamber of Greece by all possible means.

Founding member of the Greek – Serbian Chamber of Greece is, also, the Association of Commercial Agents of Northern Greece which will provide facilities in order to companies do business in our country. The Chamber cooperates with Thessaloniki’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Union of Hellenic Chambers.

At 19 and 20 March will visit Thessaloniki Serbian businessmen – members of our Chamber, who will visit the Deputy Minister of Macedonia and Thrace, Thessaloniki’s Port Authority, the Administrative District of Central Macedonia and Thessaloniki’s International Fair.

 

With honor,

The President

Kostas Georgakos